About Lake Waconia Regional Park...
Lake Waconia Regional Park is a 100 acre park situated on the southern shore of Lake Waconia. This shoreline park offers views to the lake and Coney Island. The park is in its early development for the future 164-acre park including Coney Island of the West. Existing facilities include a reservable group picnic shelter, play equipment, restrooms, small swimming beach, picnic tables, volleyball court and grills. Boat access is provided outside the park at the Minnesota DNR boat access located on the northeast side of the lake and at private marinas located in the city of Waconia. Park Hours are 6:00A.M.-10:00P.M. daily.
All vehicles entering the park are required to purchase and properly display a daily or annual parking permit for Carver County Parks. Permits can be purchased at the park entrance either through the gate house (summer months only) or through the honor box (year round) with cash or check. Annual Permits can also be purchased online or by phone at 952-466-5250 using a Master, Visa or Discover Card. ALL replacement Annual Permits will require a $5.00 replacement fee.
Trails & Facilities:
Lake Waconia Event Center:
Carver County is now operating the facility as the Lake Waconia Event Center. The Lake Waconia Event Center is a great venue for a variety of gatherings including wedding receptions, meetings, graduations, holiday parties, family reunions, entertainment and corporate events.
For additional information call parks office at 952-466-5250.
Beach: One of the main attractions at Lake Waconia Regional Park is the well kept beach. In 2004 the beach was redeveloped and in 2008 greatly enhanced with the addition of five large umbrellas providing additional shade to families and younger kids. In close proximity to the beach are picnic tables and grills, ideal for summer barbeques.
8170 Paradise Lane, Waconia, MN 55387
Lake Waconia Regional Park is located just east of the city of Waconia. Access to the park is off of TH 5 at Paradise Lane. For additional information, contact the Park Office at (952) 466-5250.